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Stephen Lack is an artist and filmmaker living and working in NYC. His early films Montreal Main and The Rubber Gun explored the ambiguity of sexual relationships in the promiscuous downtown scenes of Montreal and were premiered in the New Directors programs at the Whitney Museum and MOMA NY in the 70s. After working with David Cronenberg (Scanners; Dead Ringers) he focused on painting, having over forty solo exhibitions in New York and internationally. He is one of the seminal artists of 'The East Village Scene’. His work is in many major private and public collections including Chase Manhattan Bank; RBC Dominion Securities; The Brooklyn Museum; The Ralph Lauren Family Collection, the Rubell Family Collection; the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; and the NY Public Library Print Division, among others.

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